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Bt "MAGPIE.”

Bt "MAGPIE.”

telegram from the Clerk the Course at Hurst Park states that the weather is bright and clear, without fog. PICCANINNY 11. shoukl win the Grange Steeplechase, DYSART the Champion Steeplechase, and FELLAH, as the day’s special selection, the Novices’ Hurdle. TO-DAY’S FOOTBALL. ASS
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
FOR SMOKERS.

FOR SMOKERS.

A physician note asserts that smoking has worse effect most people in winter than in summer, says Health,” and adyistes aM smokers who find their health and mental faculties impaired in winter for no apparent reason to accetpt tobacco as the explanation, and to cut down their sm
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
CRITERION. Lessees and Managers, Sir Charles and Miss Mary Moore. TO-DAY S. TO-NIGHT 9. H. T. ESMOND and ETA MOORE

CRITERION. Lessees and Managers, Sir Charles and Miss Mary Moore. TO-DAY S. TO-NIGHT 9. H. T. ESMOND and ETA MOORE

produce Til LIZA COMES TO STAY. M-J A Farcical H. T. Esmond, Preceded at 2.30 and 8.30 Stacev Anmnnier. MATINEES WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, at 2.80. WTNDHAM’S. TO-DAY, and 9, GERALD MAURIKR and MARIE in “DOORMATS," t» Hubert Henry Daviee. At 2.15 and 8.15, “The , *Matlnee9 Sate.,
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
T|* ABBLE ARCH ELECTRIC PALACE. JjJL TO-DAY, THE GUILTY BABY.- unique series pictures SINEMACOLCR, and the late Oc.pt. Scott's Dash

T|* ABBLE ARCH ELECTRIC PALACE. JjJL TO-DAY, THE GUILTY BABY.- unique series pictures SINEMACOLCR, and the late Oc.pt. Scott's Dash

to the South Pole. Open 11 p.m. Prices fid. to 10s. fid.
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
STOP PRESS

STOP PRESS

TELEGRAMS.
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Football Gambling

Football Gambling

Yesterday’s decision in football betting case reveals the extraordinary extent this gambling craze. The two principals had netted profit £7,000 in four months, and: this figure, believe, by means represents the maximum earnings the football aceoamtents,” many of whom operate fro
15 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
to various members of his family, and lie has very wisely refrained from polish them up for publication. To so

to various members of his family, and lie has very wisely refrained from polish them up for publication. To so

would have been to sacrifice the freshness which is one of their greatest charms, and Ufa’. Palmer writes easily and wedl thac it would have been any case work supererogation. Many people will read these letters for their descriptions Indian scenery and antiquities alone, and th
20 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
Miss TITTELL-BRUNE

Miss TITTELL-BRUNE

as and “Nell Gwynne” Mr, LAUDERDALE MAITLAND as 'King CharleslL" in the Romance Nell Gwynne—The King’s Favourite.** THE THEATRES. OPERA HOUSE. COVENT GARDEN. |>. |te„eaiiaSl«Baser, Mr.iKANK KKKDLE. MB. THOMAS BGEOBAH’S SEASON BRAND OPERA and RUSSIAN BALLET. THE RUSSIAN BALLET. T
19 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
THE FUNDS.

THE FUNDS.

52ie chief funds a.re • 1. The British Antarctic Committee's appeal, which Sir Edgar Speyer is the treasurer. ALthough the response has been reported be “gratifying,” no list .subscribers is yet available. 2. The Mansion House Fund. This is fox a the form wltudi has not yet been
19 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England
 
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR.

[The opiniont expressed by onr correspondent*, who are requested to write with dwe reyard to brevity, ore not neeetsarily ihote of Th* Globe.] INSURED TWICE. THE MARCONI INQUIRY. Sir, —You give a column in your paper this evening, headed The Right Choice,” your leaders who, I am
19 February 1913 - Globe - London, London, England